Five Southland farms are showing why being environmentally friendly is key to long-term farm sustainability.
Kiwi scientist helps find feed additive that cuts farm methane emissions.
Price fixing by PGG Wrightson and Elders NZ is alleged by the competition watchdog.
Cows were beaten, had their tails broken and were shot in the kneecaps.
Beef+Lamb NZ has proposed to keep the levies paid by farmers at existing rates until 2022.
Agricultural science research has gone from simplicity to complexity in 30 years of reforms, writes Doug Edmeades.
Doug Edmeades explains how he would change the legislation governing science funding to remove the current nasty commercial taint.
Cameron Barrie rewarded for showing the right attitude during the tractor pull at this year's Fieldays.
The Fieldays was a “fantastic” success for fencing tool inventor Patrick Roskam, his mum Angela Roskam says.
Fonterra has been fined $192,000 for getting up the noses of Eltham residents.
In welcome news for Kiwi dairy farmers, Trans Pacific Partnership talks in Hawaii have failed.
Taranaki guardians continue to watch environment even though dairy cow numbers and fertiliser use remains steady in the region.
OPINION: Most of you reading this now will be getting ready for calving and lambing in the next month
Latest aquaculture expansion in Tasman Bays is the latest step along a road stretching back more than three decades.
A team of Labour MPs finished a day in Nelson with a visit to the SPATnz mussel hatchery at the Glen, north of Nelson.
Taranaki sheep and beef farmer wishes he could do more to help his flood-stricken colleagues.
Nine-year-old Nicolas Verry wants to be a stock agent when he grows up.
A shortage of good working dogs pushed prices up at the Gore dog sale recently.
She grew up on a Wairarapa sheep farm, now she's rebooting fashionable shoes.
NZ's arable farmers warned to be careful in avoiding a resistance to agrichemicals.
New Zealand could adopt a food standard for the sale of hemp seed products in the next 12-18 months.
3:48 PM Workers at AFFCO's eight North Island meat processing plants will go on strike for two days next week in protest over their "third world conditions" said national union secretary Graham Cooke.
Wine industry figures expect a new law clarifying a wine's origin to come into force later this year.
A new test for bovine TB developed by AgResearch is attracting international attention.
Specialised herb-clover mixes may be the answer to improving both reproductive performance of sheep, and lamb finishing weights.
Cheryl McMeekan had a gift with animals. She cared for every one she found and her beneficence is living on, despite her death.
It's easy to see young inventer Ayla Hutchinson and her mentor, Bernice Mene are mates - even though they clearly have pretty different backgrounds.